Same as last week. No reliable reports. Lousy weather.
Miserable weather has slowed any reports. It seems so few fishermen have been fishing this past week, there is no accurate report.
Walleyes have slowed down on Waska. Reno seems to be the best lake in area for walleyes. Northerns and bass are active on Waska. Check Miltona and Mary for walleyes. Water continues to cool down so fishing should improve on Waska.
Walleye activity on all area lakes continue to improve. Hope for a long fall and lots of good walleye fishing! Sunnies are still active on Waska. Not much to report on other species of fish.
The fall walleye fishing has started! Water temps continue to go down which is what we need. Starting to see jigs and minnows being used on Waska during the day. Shallow cranks is the method during the evening and early morning. Some other area lakes for walleyes are Reno, Mary, Long, and Miltona. Sunnies still biting on Waska. Also catching lots of northerns on Waska.
All the same as last week. Walleyes are more consistent at dark and after on Waska. Water temps going down which means better fishing.
Same as last two weeks. The good news is the water is cooling and that means fall walleye fishing will improve in all the area lakes!
This week’s report the same as last week. Water needs to cool more for good walleye action on Waska.
Sunnies continue to provide the most action on Waska. Bass can be found at sunrise around the docks and inside edge of bulrushes. During the day bass are mostly in 12-14 feet of water. Trolling with spoons or crankbaits in 6-8 feet of water works for northerns. Walleyes have been best at sunrise or sunset on Waska. Reno has been best walleye lake in the area this past week.
Same as last week. Best area for sunnies on Waska has been Priest Point in 10-12 feet of water. A few walleyes are being caught on Waska at sunrise and sundown using live bait. Channel cats are hitting on west end of Emily.